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Title Carstic Coastal Water Management Endangered by Climate Changes
Abstract Project is oriented on research of: unwanted consequences of climate changes in coastal carstic water aquifer - salinity and temperature rise, water quality decreasing including undertaking some measures for adaptation on them in sectors of water resources, tourism, agriculture and health. Extraordinary seasonal water consumption especially during summer months when a necessity for the water is the highest.
Objective of the project A goal of the Project is establishment of surface and underground water monitoring in three pilot areas (Zadar, Korčula nad Cres) including surface and groundwater water quality and quantity analysis using climate and hydrological models for the period to the end of this century. On this way a less vulnerable water supply on climate change will be achieved.
Key words water supply, coastal aquifer, adaptation on climate changes, Croatia
Contact person for DHMZ Krešo Pandžić, PhD
Researchers from DHMZ Ivan Güttler, PhD; Melita Perčec Tadić, MSc; Lidija Srnec, MSc; Ksenija Cindrić Kalin, PhD;
Tanja Likso, PhD; Dijana Oskoruš, PhD; Željka Klemar
Duration 1 May 2020 - 1 November 2022
Partners University of Zagreb, Faculty of Geotechnical Engineering, Varaždin
Faculty of Civil Engineering Rijeka
Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service
Croatian Geological Survey, Zagreb